APPSC Group I Services Posts, Exam Pattern/ Recruitment Scheme

APPSC Group I Services Posts, Exam Pattern/ Recruitment Scheme

#APPSC Group I Services Posts 2016, Selection Process, Scheme of selection,examination pattern, Exam scheme,syllabus, Classification of posts categories,various Groups and other services, APPSC Direct Recruitment, Guidelines, Posts Recruitment,Filling up posts, Group I Serves posts, Group-I Exam Papers, Group I Examination Pattern and Scheme, Group I Exam Syllabus. AP Government has given permission to fill in Group-I Services Posts in various departments, through direct recruitment.

APPSC Group I Services Posts, Exam Pattern/ Recruitment Scheme

APPSC Group I Services Posts:
1. Municipal Commissioner Gr. II
2. Dist B.C welfare Officer
3. Asst Commissioner of Labour
4. District Registrar
5. Dy. Collector
6. Asst Prohibition & Excise Superintendent
7. Commercial Tax Officer
8. District Social Welfare Officer
9. District Tribal Welfare Officer
10. Dy. Superintendent of Police

READ | APPSC to fill Groups and Other Services Posts through Direct Recruitment

APPSC Group I Services Posts, Exam Pattern/ Recruitment Scheme:
Subject (1) Marks (2)
Screening Test  (Objective Type) General Studies and Mental Ability 150
Main Examination
Paper General English (10th Standard - Qualifying for Interviews) 150
Paper-I General Essay 150
Paper-II 150
i. History and Cultural Heritage of India with Emphasis on 20th Century History of India
ii. Social History of Andhra Pradesh i.e., the history of various social and cultural movements in Andhra Pradesh
iii. General overview of the Indian constitution
Paper-III 150
i. Planning in India & Indian Economy
ii. Land Reforms and social changes in Andhra Pradesh after Independence
iii. Andhra Pradesh’s Economy present status, its strengths and weaknesses
Paper-IV 150
i. The role and Impact of Science & Technology in the development of India with emphasis on the applied aspects.
ii. General awareness with the modern trends in life sciences
iii. Development and environment problems
Paper- V 150
i. Data appreciation and Interpretation
ii. The candidates will be asked to draw their own conclusion from the data presented in a tabular form in graphical or otherwise
iii. Problem   solving   -   duly   structured   situation   will   be presented  to  the  candidate  and  they  will  be  asked  to suggest their own solution to the problem arising out of situation. Alternatively, they may be called upon to prove the understanding of the situation by answering certain searching questions based on the situation
Labels:, , , , ,

Related Posts


Post a Comment


»»AP Updates»»TS Updates